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Inclusion Officer

Northampton Town FC Community Trust

Northampton Town FC Community Trust is an award-winning charity that uses the unique appeal of Northampton Town Football Club to deliver activities that connect our communities and improve people’s lives.

9 Sep 2022
Full Time
Closing date
12 Oct 2022

About the role

The Inclusion Officer will be responsible for the management, coordination, and delivery of the Trust’s social inclusion programmes across Northamptonshire, this includes the Premier League Kicks programme and anti-crime initiatives.

The Premier League Kicks programme is a flagship targeted project, which uses the power of football and sports participation, alongside personal development activities, to help hard-to-reach young people in some of the most high-need areas. The Inclusion Officer will be integral to the successful delivery and growth of the Kicks Programme across Northamptonshire.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination and development of the Kicks programme, as well as other disability and inclusion based projects that help to connect communities leading a team to deliver these initiatives. In addition, the post holder will have frontline delivery responsibility, engaging with young people, leading on the delivery of youth engagement sessions, and the delivery of educational workshops in the local community.

These will be based on themes including knife crime, equality, anti-social behaviour and mental health. You’ll be passionate about supporting young people to achieve their potential. You’ll use your skills to help inspire, motivate and engage young people so that NTFC CT can enhance life chances and contribute to building stronger, safer, connected communities.

This role will require evening working and a flexible approach is required.

Job Purpose:

  • To manage and further develop the inclusion department at NTFC CT, creating and delivering opportunities for young people to enhance their life chances
  • Ensure the department remains financially viable and is staffed suitably to deliver inclusive, safe, successful projects linked to their targets
  • Raise awareness of mental health and crime related issues across the local community

Job Description

How to apply

If you think you have the passion, skills and aptitude and want to be part of a dynamic team making a difference, please click 'Apply Now' to complete our application form.

Closing date for applications is 9.00am on Wednesday 12th October 2022.

Additional Information

Full Time
Job Type
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)
Salary information
£21,000 - 25,000

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